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  “When government comes unduly under the influence of business, the tendency is to develop an administration which closes the door of opportunity; becomes narrow and selfish in its outlook, and results in an oligarchy … When government enters the field of business with its great resources, it has a tendency to extravagance and inefficiency, but, having the power to crush all competitors, likewise closes the door of opportunity and results in monopoly.”  – Calvin Coolidge, Chamber of Commerce of New York State, November 1925.

It has been said that words are the mirror of the heart.  The more a word is used by a speaker, the more central that word is to the speaker’s true message.  For your consideration:
 

President T. Roosevelt:  Osawatomie Kansas, 10/31/1910

The full text of this speech is available here: http://www.emersonkent.com/speeches/the_new_nationalism.htm

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It has been said that words are the mirror of the heart.  The more a word is used by a speaker, the more central that word is to the speaker’s true message.  For your consideration:
 
 
President Obama: Osawatomie Kansas, 12/6/11
 
The full text of this speech is available here: http://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2011/12/06/obamas_speech_on_economic_fairness_112309.html
 

(This Word Cloud was randomly generated at http://www.wordle.net.)